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NFL Hiring and Firing: Bold Predictions About the Future of Coaches

The most dreaded day in the NFL is behind us, teams who chose to part ways with their previous coaching staffs are now actively searching for the man who will lead their franchise to hoisting the coveted Lombardi trophy. On this week's edition of Bleacher Report's, Behind the Mic, Phil Simms discusses a recent hiring in Kansas City, and what teams will need if they decide to pick up either of the NFL's hottest coaching candidates.
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